“The Turnaround: Your World In 360°” Is A Groundbreaking 12 Part, 360 Series That Brings You Breaking News Stories From Around The World To Experience For Yourself In Real Time.

The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew left entire communities destroyed and the potential for cholera outbreaks in its wake.

In the fallout of Hurricane Matthew, Haiti became a changed landscape with 1.4 million people needing of humanitarian assistance following the storm.


In North Dakota, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe stood up to the US government to defend the Missouri River from the Dakota Access Pipeline.

As winter started to make its presence known at Standing Rock, water protectors remained committed to ending construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, preparing for the harsh North Dakota cold.

One day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, over one million people descended on the streets of Washington D.C. for an act of resistance led by women: the Women’s March on Washington.

The Women’s March on Washington might be over but the momentum continues as the fight for equal rights charges onward.

Hang Son Doong, the largest cave in the world, was only discovered in the past decade in Phong Nha, Vietnam. Now, it’s at risk of being devastated by a cable car system.

New evidence suggests plans to build a cable car to Son Doong, the largest cave in the world, are further along than expected.

As President Trump continues on his promise to build a wall dividing Mexico and the United States, the existing border has already created a humanitarian crisis.

Border Patrol is using the desert as a weapon against migrants attempting to cross the border from Mexico to the United States.

On the hundredth day of Donald Trump’s presidency, thousands of people marched on D.C. in the name of climate justice.


Did you know that the day you were born, you had two mothers? The final episode in Season One of The Turnaround.


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